Artificial Intelligence alone (in contrast when used in robotics and drone technologies) is in the process of transforming most industries with a significant reduction in the need for human labor. Some industries (and professions) are generating less articles and videos than others, and have yet to justify a separate webpage. They are all included here.
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AI defeats top players at six-person no-limit Texas hold’em poker (Service/Games - 2019-07 - Gizmodo)
Researchers at Facebook and Carnegie Mellon University have developed a card-playing bot (‘Pluribus’) capable of defeating some of the world’s best players at six-person no-limit Texas hold’em poker. When pitted against professional human opponents with real money involved, Pluribus managed to collect winnings at an astounding rate of $1,000 per hour. Details were published in Science.
Google’s AI can now translate your speech while keeping your voice (Service/Language Translation - 2019-05 - MIT Technology Review)
Google’s AI can now translate your speech while keeping your voice. The new system, the Translatotron, has 3 components: 1. Uses a neural network trained to map the audio spectrogram in the input language to the output language. 2. Converts the spectrogram into an audio wave. 3. Layers the speaker’s voiceprint into the final audio output.
This virtual security guard looks like an anime character (Service/Security - 2019-05 - Futurism)
Japanese security company, Secom, and multiple ventures have created a life-sized, artificially intelligent guards, in either male or female form, that appear on a large stationary mirror that can be placed in a building’s entry way. The guards can scan visitors, looking for suspicious items or signs that the person is trying to conceal their identity, or serve as receptionists, or provide emergency services. Anything the virtual guards “see” is monitored by a human guard.
Meet Tengai, the job interview robot who won't judge you (Service/HR - 2019-03 - BBC)
The world’s first robot designed to carry out unbiased job interviews is being tested by Swedish recruiters. Tengai is the brainchild of Stockholm’s Furhat Robotics. Measuring 16in tall and weighing 7.7lbs, the head sits on a table across from the candidate. The goal is to offer job interviews that are free from any of the unconscious biases that managers and recruiters can often bring to the hiring process.
Concept: Autonomous hotel room picks you up and delivers you to your hotel (Service/Hotel - 2019-01 - USA Today)
Aprilli Design Studio introduces the autonomous hotel room concept, complete with basic sleeping, working and washroom functions, which you order like a Uber, and which takes you to your destination with stops and with drone roof-top deliveries.
AI is taking over finance jobs on Wall Street (AI - 2018-11 - Bloomberg)
NASA is using HoloLens AR headsets to build its new spacecraft faster (AI - 2018-10 - MIT Technology Review)
On-line assistance with suing U.S. corporations and individuals (AI - 2018-10 - The Verge)
AI generates legal papers without lawyers, and suggests rulings for judges (AI - 2018-10 - Bloomberg)
Machine-learning algorithm beats 20 lawyers in NDA legal analysis (AI - 2018-10 - TechSpot)
The world’s first digital super-model (AI - 2018-09 - KurzweilAI)
Facebook adds 24 new languages to its automatic translation services (AI - 2018-09 - FaceBook)
Newsroom jobs declined 23% from 2008-2018 (AI - 2018-09 - Digiday)
Virtual lawyer reduces junior legal work by 99% (AI - 2018-09 - ZDNet)
AI system provides optimum industrial design options (AI - 2018-08 - FastCompany)
High-tech policing tools (AI - 2018-08 - Wired)
Japan set to deploy English-speaking robots to schools (AI - 2018-08 - ZDNet)
Japan’s education ministry will deploy 500 English-speaking robots to the country’s schools from next year, with the aim of improving students’ English-speaking skills.